My mother Laura founded Coton Colors 17 years ago. Over the years, I've watched the business evolve from painting t-shirts and pottery in our garage to a design studio with products retailed all over the Southeast and Midwest.
When I returned to Chicago for my first college break, family and friends wanted to know everything about campus life at the University of Missouri. Are the communal bathrooms really as bad as they seem? How's the dorm food? Have you been to any crazy parties? All of my relatives stayed around home and commuted to college, so they were eager to hear about my out-of-state experience.
The new animated film, "Strange Magic" is a hilarious musical fairy tale inspired by "A Midsummer Night's Dream." In this fun movie you will follow the misadventures of goblins, fairies, elves, and imps as they all try to get their hands on a powerful love potion!
PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. - On the blue rink at Pines Ice Arena, girls don't come to skating practice in glittery leotards and sparkly ponytails. Rather they're geared for hockey, complete with helmets, shoulder pads, shin guards, elbow pads, mouth guards and hockey sticks.
It's hard to even remember what summer is like when you can barely feel your hands after five minutes outside. Maybe that's why some teens totally forget about summer job and internship applications, which are typically posted in the winter months. If you're hoping to land a coveted or, dare we say, fun summer gig, you'll have to start filling out applications soon. And trust us, the really good ones go fast. We checked in with five teens who scored awesome jobs and internships last summer. They told us about their experiences and gave helpful tips that could work in any city to land a great summer job.
When a young adult book blows up, it really makes a scene. And there's nothing worse than being the last person to hear about it. If you felt that way about "The Fault in Our Stars" or "Divergent," we're here to help. Sit back, relax and curl up with any one of these eight books - they're all on the verge of becoming the next big thing.
Building systems come in a huge variety of styles, shapes, materials, and levels of difficulty. This week we take a look at several of them - one traditional, one non-traditional, and two that offer a new twist on the classics.
BETHEL PARK, Penn. - Joey Fabus, described as a courageous boy with an unforgettable smile who got to live his dream of being a police officer, died recently from a brain tumor at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.
I was co-hosting a company-sponsored discussion last fall, open to the public, about coping with divorce. A member of the audience shared with the group that he had discovered his wife was involved in a cyber affair.
Oh, wowee, I've found the perfect attraction to visit during our next vacation - and only a three-hour car ride away, too. I'm always looking for places that promise to hold the attention of a family that argues over which restaurant to go to for dinner.
Dear Mr. Dad: My dad is an engineer and has always looked at the world in a very logical, no-feelings-allowed, Mr. Spock kind of way. I guess that's just his style. The problem is that I don't think he's ever told me that he loves me. He's always been a great dad, and I have no doubt that he does love me. But as I get older - I'm nearly thirty - I start second-guessing myself, and I really need to hear the words. I tell my kids all the time that I love them. Why won't he tell me? Do you think he ever will?
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